W.G. Sebald, an acclaimed German-born novelist who wrote about the Holocaust and memory, died last Friday in a car crash in England at 57. Sebald’s “The Emigrants” is about Jews who escaped the Holocaust, and “Austerlitz” focuses on a Holocaust survivor searching for his parents’ identity.
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